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i'm going to. i've just told one of the most influential organizations in germany i'm not talking about the government or german intelligence. or even the. it's a nonprofit government american of. the atlantic bridge.
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this is the bill in office a seemingly nondescript building with no signage on the outside but it's got it by the german police from whom. by the way just thirty paces away is the private apartment below germany's. feeling that this is where crucial decisions about german life and. that's what i brushed off sounds like in germany. i knew i had to look to the past if i wanted to find answers no. it all goes back
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to the time when off to world war two the victims was shaping the future of europe and germany. the one remaining witness to those historic events that i was able to make contact with. now lives in moscow is going to. school and you. want me to write you need new stuff with explosive arrest called your money you don't need to be in the movie they're going to get money. violently and found it was one of the ideologists behind the to strike up and jump a great unification. he was still a young diplomat after world war two when he and a group of colleagues prepared analytical reports on germany for stalin's successes
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. we're going to new proust. who should your musky with better restore you to. your most could only presume or to specifically little police to go water near to whom it was appreciate. the shooting and know do you have to be seen to be here when you saw him do this. could he scream. it was in march nineteen fifty two that stalin drew up his famous note. good morning british and it's made since there are to be a pretty immediate issue to your mind you only shared start with you because the need for secrecy garth does a balloon dish doesn't know what to believe all this on the board torture of the eagle in this because of the. blight that's what this committee of goodness. and she's what they call social supports bob's. vote can go to
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a member of the bundestag. know of it when they're pretty sure if if it's big and the bit of how did it go it's as i get tired of this thought of metal on have these on the board scoffs what do. the reason is mine it was you and bush in chicago. but why were members of the under hitler coalition so opposed to the unification of germany with a neutral and nonaligned status just like its neighbor austria. and because opinion being here may have contributed more to be a very good thing for you with three of. the your money people are going to. work more than one with. the thirty year money we're in ukraine even with you you gotta think.
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it comes time. to. this map of germany clearly shows all foreign military bases spread across the entire country by the mid nine hundred fifty s. germany had once again been turned into a military stronghold and the most militarized country in europe. american nuclear bomb also recently been delivered here in rhine and france to the be a base. this says ramstein the largest american military base outside the united states this is where nato is european air force command post is based. in. afghanistan. and. often had. a lot of pressure and pleasure of war as its own and.
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build site a newspaper as a freelance journalist no but fleischer has conducted an independent investigation into the legitimacy of operations carried out to graham's. but he's on german soil he even made a film about it. i'm not a comma. he says the park it. starts from the. toilet because i'm not sure it's the saw. in the name. of the. oil. in the market. it's so possum because she could not jewish as well as the column is money on if
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you can get outside the market you know it's mines i. know but was told by german police officers that the german government had also transferred the road that leads to the base directly to american sovereignty. because somebody on the ship was the officer and it was the rule. during the investigation. before my teacher who lives near the ramstein base. as an antiwar activist young has been working to have the base shut down. he realized of course the protest wouldn't help so he took the fight to the court. and he sued the government. this.
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is an instance in the baden is to us from bones on board and all of us. because it's. but the case was dismissed it sounds out of a german citizen and is not entitled to file such an action list because proof that the military base presents a threat to him because of. left wing bundestag alexandra noya is certain that the government knows very well what the americans are up to at the ramstein base and i left. stunned the pick off the folks who want the on the start for us and were caught off guard just a few mystery. in the goddess to return it was some one hundred. i
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called off washington was not so every person on board. who is expanding to the east american generals a drinking buddy. into knew. they could talk to exercises close to russia's borders you need to propagation like that. when it comes to national defense there is no consensus in german society. your boss is from us and it was its own son knocking on somebody's coniston bos'n on them to constantly have often office important i do feel. shameful to want to read the post this is the us with most of the meetings will dog shit of us going to five on those lights in school just not cool as one conditions and the wall as well although it's an
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awful titles of and if so what is good is that this one who just wants to read over here who's. for the stuff that you should doc you're just so lukewarm on the cause it's you or me. that's. not to call those who fought the motion. we spoke to members of the alternative for germany public interest group. we talked about as america's instrument of influence over german politics. than most thought infants young musicians does almost on the spin off was dozens it was but i do this to list dozens to nobble didn't buy the dusty novel the devil even. does even the fundamentals of i suppose i know what seeds is. this is a nice medium of a mostly mostly what is from t.m. indeed but not to. believe this football is. this for me with
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live incessant you know that it was always that isn't. it just wasn't good. enough of them believes in the buddhist life but it's off those. same wrong. just don't call. me that is yet to shape out these days become educated and it. equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart. choose to look for common ground.
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the next president of the world bank so take. it seriously send us an e-mail. we. got. in one hundred ninety the usa u.k. france and the u.s.s. ashland signed the final settlement treaty on germany it was reunified and regain full sovereignty. dance when germany could have demanded the withdrawal of all foreign troops it could even have quit nato will together but germany didn't take that shot only the russians withdrew. the shines of purpose so. boiling. christians out my philosophy and columnist. with all their interest.
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in food in the two thought us all some fear to cook the food citrine it. was me in the business. scene to go through so. he becomes a nice looking up on the crew. everyone i've spoken to agrees. despite the federal republic of germany always being the u.s.a.'s most loyal ally after reunification and came into even tougher control. in march nine hundred ninety nine germany invaded another country for the first time since the bronx. was new u.n. sanctions and in violation of its own constitution it took nato as war against time to snuff you. know.
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in. involved. when this goes those him with orders to go daimyo with notions of the dead and with lots of it with a few all throughout. believe him x. bundestag member form a german secretary of state for defense vice president of the o.e.c.d. they was lobbying clique is mukesh to mouth laws in davos doesn't go it's on a quote its own also its out of. the amount. you did so with a gun in the money and i'm like honestly it was a been in. there was lobbying creek been out in clumps a bit time to go to because he was good to be with. these thoughts on the road is so the no thought comes into some to start to need to make kids and listen . interested this forty if he does it week he stuck to the
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one in the moment which we were in for this the city was on the fly the staunch on the run pretty to try to. take no hold on him only guns from infosys to the creek the local food for the bottle on the whole paul and no idea was does for fun i'm creeping in on a good thing even vaughn's and him i want to go to. and doing it if we're in this country or from. good it's good if from turkey you know yes. yeah.
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come on my orders coalition forces. are so important. in two thousand and two when the bush administration was only planning its military incursion into iraq chancellor schroeder said germany will not be part of this war which means that nato forces cannot be used. schroeder's position was supported by france's president chirac he was joined by russian president putin both have a veto in the un security council bush was furious spiegel magazine quoted the us
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ambassador to germany. and. the christian democratic group in the bluntest on puts pressure on schroeder among germany support the military incursion into iraq. and still leading the opposition to the us. in the washington post. defiantly severed all ties with schroeder washington considered introducing sanctions against france and germany but what caused the greatest concern at washington was an amazing alliance between fronts germany and russia the well to frequent meetings between the three leaders along with the plans to create
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a consolidated eurasian space stretching from the edge and i'm sick to the pacific ocean this is i as i've come for you with the wish and hope and the hope of the sale of this month's opinion didn't us who was a good that's a good one but this is will smith for herself has a will smith. does he but he could have he didn't if if he'd never get involved and then she didn't get on there those europeans who lived through the twentieth century a few years ago thirties former director of the stratford private intelligence and little working for the u.s. intelligence and the department of state george friedman made a stunning admission for the united states to primordial fears for german technology at cermak capital russian natural resources russia as the only combination that has for centuries skit how the united states. that revelation should have provoked discussion in both german political circles and the mass media
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however no one seemed to notice. the one of i can learn as how does. giving this money does often exist but if. it is that what's your own does money. fall under bush. to most germans america is their savior protect and best friend it's the pillar of freedom and democracy several generations of f.l.g. citizens have clung to the. view for some time. sucking from. roger and that's old. softball. and. a lot on the floor. and you don't you're putting.
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your. daughter to belief. in the political scene of her time. as one mention of political media. to do. that network of influence including atlantic bridge and military bases spread throughout all of germany. it's wisest and it's pretty. useful so to you calling for you on your one. network. to hear from. some of the studies at the free university of berlin. in. the flesh.
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is in the mice and the cycle and. this is how i think things. will be different. twenty fourteen. a former editor of the franks. one of germany's biggest newspapers leveled a terrible accusation against the european press. it
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was. it suddenly became clear that the nation believed to be the pillar of democracy and the best friend. meanwhile germany's national intelligence agency. working for america's national security agency.
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in his book a journalist. the methods used to. write about foreign policy.
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hundreds of journalists and other organizations that all help u.s. intelligence agencies sway public opinion it. was found dead in january twenty seventh officially he died of a heart attack but it has to be specified. we entrusted the politicians and the press no one else german citizens whether they will be willing to sponsor millions of immigrants refugees. whether they were willing to host nuclear weapons on their lent. us. open.
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your. basic. and he said. germany has a wonderful culture and a rich history but after world war two we still find it incredibly hard to talk about our national pride. i suppose that all germans really want is peace unity
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justice and freedom. do colon is still exist. as a rico's treated as one as our own oil corn only calls on the hind limb alito and then will turn around him only on the portal three call us you know and i know a lot of suits and they can receive. the island is controlled by the us government and some puerto ricans crave independence joe it was the only god you know it was
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getting a bite out of all my daughter either like it but i'm going to sort of randomly go over that again again weighing in pointless the earliest. still many do wish to join the us hundreds more leave every day knowing. i'm a long way from mania. beings. with the country at a crossroads for anger of the island is on the rise. dimension. six thirty five and you have a career and career involves using your i phone in your computer and things like that in an office. perhaps you sort of things and it's a circular to have to stop doing all this in this kind of you lose the minutes must be for. my world became smaller and smaller and smaller until i ended up learning it in a box. or out of very strong magnetic field held in my head. think
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of it like a real hard pressure my skin burns and that wireless access point and says continues on today with our students in the schools. we are just continually bathing our citizens in this microwave radiation it is certainly. electro small and it's getting worse.
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in the us a child can choose a school. with a retired officers as teachers we don't. recruit we'll sisters if the cadet is interested in going in the military but we don't recruit ourselves. the pentagon is funding a program to boost interest in the military among teenagers. to step up to an apollo so that. with yourself. you can't go wrong with the military it's a great stepping stone for whatever career you want to do but some veterans are willing to tell enthusiastic children a little more they ask me call of duty is very popular first sure video game. it's play and that's because like call of duty to turn off call of duty oh yeah or you
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can turn off your lot of these kids just don't hear. the darker side does the pentagon allow them to be told or does it just need more recruits. so years since the deadly terror attack in nice but a french magazine comes under fire for printing dramatic images all the atrocity. u.s. and french presidents show signs of overcoming some of the differences in paris however the french people. regardless of their plans. a new video has emerged reportedly showing us helicopters over the city of. the capital in syria although washington has confirmed his forces are now operating inside the city it's only under the pretext of advice assist and a company.

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